QuickBooks for Breweries: Good or Bad?

Over the last few years we've literally talked to hundreds of small and large breweries alike. Of those we talked to, a vast majority said they were running QuickBooks - and for good reason. QuickBooks is easy to use, it's cheap, and the interface is fantastic with all those pretty buttons that inspire a sense of accomplishment when you click them. [...]

By | April 10th, 2013|

Brewery Accounting Software

We often talk about centralizing your information in order to become a centralized brewery. Why wouldn't you want all your infomation to be accessible (to appropriate employees) when they need it most? Managing complex brewing processes can get pretty complicated when you start interfacing with multiple pieces of software - especially on the accounting side. A true ERP system is one that [...]

By | July 2nd, 2012|

Implementing Processes to Accommodate Brewery Growth

A few weeks back the OrchestratedBEER team attended the Craft Brewers Conference in San Diego and came back tired but optimistic about the future of OrchestratedBEER and the blossoming relationship between business management software and the craft beer industry. Every member of the team that attended CBC spent hours talking to hundreds of industry representatives about the pain points of running a [...]

By | May 21st, 2012|

Brewery Management Software Product Brief

Quick Profile Our Company: Orchestra, LLC What we do: We develop, add on to and customize SAP’s entry-level product platform called Business One, specifically for the craft brewing industry. We take a generic, world-renown ERP business management platform and develop additional functionality for the brewing industry. Our Product: OrchestratedBEER Our Platform: SAP Business One Where we’re based: Portland, OR (aka Beervana) Employees: [...]

By | April 2nd, 2012|